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Sunday, November 21, Crime Time welcomes guests, Maud Purcell and Lt. John Forlivio to the show to discuss crime related topics and how each of them are making a difference within their respective areas.
MAUD PURCELL, MSW, LCSW, CEAP, is a skilled and seasoned Psychotherapist. Her approach is short-term and solution-focused. She recognizes that most dilemmas have straightforward, common-sense solutions. Maud weaves a unique blend of warmth and humor into her work.
Maud is also a trained Coach and Corporate Consultant. She has worked with numerous corporations including Hewlett-Packard, Duracell, James River and Times Mirror, Inc. Maud has coached individuals from almost every walk of life, and was quoted in the Wall Street Journal for her work with officers returning from Iraq (9/16/03).
Maud works with emergency service personnel including police, fire and medical professionals. Her training and experience in both Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) make her an invaluable resource following traumatic incidents.
Currently Maud writes a column for The Stamford Advocate, Greenwich Time, CT Post, and Danbury News-Times Newspapers. Most recently she has begun writing for the Women’s Conference website, www.womensconference.org, created by First Lady of California Maria Shriver.
Maud Purcell is the Executive Director of The Life Solution Center in Darien, CT which offers “A Collaborative Community of Professionals Providing Education, Prevention and Multi-Disciplinary Answers to Life’s Problems.”
Lt. John Forlivio is retired from Stamford, CT police department after more than 36 years service. He worked extensively in the Investigations Division, Major Crime Unit, investigating thousands of crimes including rape, homicide, robbery and aggravated assault.
For ten years Lt. Forlivio was the Commander of Crimes Against Persons Unit, also known as CAPERS.
He is a recognized expert in Criminal Investigation and has studied with notables such as Dr. Henry Lee, Dr. H. Wayne Carver III, Vernon Geberth and graduated from the FBI National Academy. Forlivio is also a certified instructor of Criminal Investigation.